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Recap / Disney Sing Along Songs V 6

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Fun with Music note  is the 6th Volume of the Disney's Sing-Along Songs series. It was the first volume to feature a song from a then-new movie (in this case, Oliver & Company).

Host: Professor Owl and Professor Ludwig Von Drake.

Songs in the video

  1. "Fun with Music" (The Mickey Mouse Club)
  2. "Why Should I Worry?" (Oliver & Company)
  3. "With a Smile and a Song" (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
  4. "Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing" (Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room) note 
  5. "Cruella De Vil" (101 Dalmatians) note 
  6. "All in the Golden Afternoon" (Alice in Wonderland)
  7. "Strolling through the Park" (The Nifty Nineties)
  8. "Boo-Boo-Boo" (A Symposium on Popular Songs)
  9. "The Green with Envy Blues" (Adventures in Color)
  10. "Good Company" (Oliver & Company)
  11. "The Blue Danube Waltz" (Square Peg in a Round Hole)
  12. "Old MacDonald Had a Band" (Jack 'N Old Mac)
  13. "Scales and Arpeggios" (The Aristocats)
  14. "Why Should I Worry? (reprise)" note 
  15. "Cruella De Vil (reprise)" note 

Extra Note:

  • When it was reissued in 1994, the old title card was still used.
  • During the closing credits, there is a full overhead shot of Manhattan, NY.
  • It was rereleased as Volume 5 in 1990 and 1994.
  • This was the last volume to have the original tacky music staff boxart.

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  • Re-Cut: On the European version (known as 101 Notes of Fun), "Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing" was removed and replaced with "Cruella De Vil". Also, the reprise of "Why Should I Worry?" was replaced with the reprise of "Cruella De Vil".
  • Stock Footage: "Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing" uses footage from Bambi and Birds in the Spring.
    • "Old MacDonald Had a Band" uses footage from Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom.


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